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Family coin campaign

FamilyMart has got the solution to lighten up your bags and save your wallets from bursting by switching your loose change for peso bills. That’s right. The Family Coin Campaign makes your daily visits to the popular Japanese convenience store more worthwhile by letting you put your coins to better use. 

You can take all your coins to FamilyMart and exchange them with peso bills. Not only do you get to swap your loose change, you’ll also earn 50 bonus Snap points every time you do so. Exchange the equivalent amount of 5 centavos, 10 centavos, 25 centavos, 1 peso or 5 pesos for P50 bills, P100 bills, P500 bills, or P1000 bills. And if you pay the exact amount of your item using coins, you’ll also get an additional 50 bonus Snap points. 

Swap your loose change and earn 50 Snap points from FamilyMart 

FamilyMart definitely makes your daily routine a whole lot more convenient and satisfying. So, head on over to your nearest FamilyMart store and swap or buy with those heavy coins to lighten your wallet. 

For updates, exciting products, and awesome deals, like and follow FamilyMart Philippines on Facebook, @familymartph on Instagram, and @FamilyMartPH on Twitter. For store locations or more information on FamilyMart Philippines, log on to www.familymart.com.ph.

In the Philippines, FamilyMart has branches in Makati, Fort Bonifacio, Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Pasay, Alabang and Laguna.

Topics: FamilyMart , save , wallets , peso bills , The Family Coin Campaign
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